Everything goes wrong for Bills in forgettable 2018 debut

Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen scrambles away from Baltimore's Tim Williams during their game Sunday in Baltimore.

BALTIMORE — One year removed from their first postseason appearance in 17 years, the Buffalo Bills looked nothing like a playoff team in their 2018 debut.

It took exactly one game for the Bills to become embroiled in a quarterback controversy, and it comes after neither of their young QBs played well Sunday in a soggy 47-3 loss to the Baltimore Ravens.

Making his third career start, Nathan Peterman didn’t make it out of the third quarter.

Peterman went 5 for 18 for 24 yards with two interceptions, a quarterback rating of 0.0. He was pulled with Buffalo trailing 40-0.

Former Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen completed 6 of 15 passes for 74 yards, ran for 26 yards and guided the Bills on their only scoring drive.

“Really, I thought he made some pretty decisive throws in there, into some tight windows,” coach Sean McDermott said of the former Wyoming star. “Used his feet at times well. I thought he had pretty good command of the huddle and the offense at the line of scrimmage.”

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